MILWAUKEE -- In order for the Milwaukee Bucks to take the next step, they're going to have to avoid nights like Saturday.
Playing their fourth game in five days, the Bucks lacked energy from the start and nothing could get them going. The end result was a 94-82 loss to a Cavaliers team that entered losers of six straight and 11 of its last 13.
"Right from the jump ball, we looked really fatigued," Bucks coach Scott Skiles said. "We didn't have a lot of energy. We were kind of walking to our spots. We shot a couple of layups three feet over the rim, shot airballs. We were right and left, short and long."
It's certainly been a long and exhausting week for Milwaukee including an overtime win over Boston Friday night but Cleveland was playing its fourth game in five nights as well.
The Cavaliers had yet to win the second game of a back-to-back in nine tries this season prior to Saturday.
"I think that might be a factor," Bucks center Larry Sanders said of fatigue. "We don't hang ...